Solutions designed to alleviate unique business challenges

Insurance Analytics

Insurance Analytics

Insurance analytics is a set of business intelligence tools intended to assist Property and Casualty insurers in gaining insights into their operations and making data-driven decisions. The suite offers pre-built dashboards, reports, and analytics tools that are specifically tailored to P&C insurance companies and their functions. It is built on the widely-used Azure platform and utilizes various Azure tools including Data Factory, BLOB, Data Lake Gen V2, Snowflake, and Power BI. 

The Insurance Analytics suite offers several essential features

Insights Into financial

Insights into financial data

Accurate Risk Assessment

Claims Management

Claims management

Improvement By Performance metrics

Monitoring and improvement of performance metrics

Customer Insight

Customer Insights

Greenhouse Analytics

Greenhouse analytics aids organizations in the analysis of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions data, allowing them to gain a better understanding of their carbon footprint and identify opportunities to reduce their environmental impact.

Our product extracts data directly from your ERPs, travel, and reimbursement records and integrates your expenditure data with emission data. It then carries out the required calculations, providing you with the ability to accurately determine the source of emissions, measure them precisely, report them correctly, and ultimately reduce emissions throughout your organization. The most significant advantage of our product is that all of this can be achieved without the need for manual data analysis.

Green House Analytics

Greenhouse Analytics offers the following benefits

Clear and Precise Insights into your Organization's-carbon-footprint

Clear and precise insight into your organization's carbon footprint

Support and alignment with your decarbonization plan

Support and alignment with your decarbonization plan

Real time tracking of carbon component costs by asset

Real-time tracking of carbon component costs by asset